Recently from Washington, D.C. and northern Virginia, Dayneé Rosales (dye-NAY) originally hails from central Bolivia; she was raised in the city of Tiquipaya.
In planning her move to northwestern Alaska, Dayneé clearly had no problem uprooting herself; she says she discovered the KNOM volunteer program during her final semester in college while looking for employment opportunities "somewhere that's cold."
Dayneé graduated George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia with majors in creative writing and English. The creative element of her degree should come as no surprise; Dayneé has creativity in spades. She's versed in a number of musical instruments, enjoys telling stories, and has even worked at summer camps teaching art to children.
At KNOM, Dayneé is one of our volunteer producers; she creates our educational PSAs, or public service announcements. She also co-hosts the Morning Show with fellow volunteer producer Lucus Keppel.